Friday, September 28, 2007

India - Shilpa Shetty interrogated over Richard Gere kiss

What did Gere do in protest?

Shetty went on to defend the actor, saying "so much has been blown out of proportion", and Gere apologised for causing offence.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Iran - Pronouncing Ahmadinejad

Having trouble remembering how to pronounce Iran's mad President? Maybe this will help.

"I'madinnerjacket "

BBC row as Alan Yentob is let off for fakery

This scandal is tame compared to to these BBC lies and fabrications.

Trust with the BBC is betrayed

It's great to see main stream media pointing this out, but they are way behind the the times and fail to mention many of the BBC's lies and fabrications.

David Elstein makes a big deal about Ofcom's role in regulating the BBC but fails to mention that the head of Ofcom investigating BBC is former BBC exec. Or, that many former BBC employees sit on Ofcom's board.

Friday, September 21, 2007

France - Dam Bursts at Al Dura Trial

This should be big news but for obvious reasons isn't.

New lies fiasco engulfs BBC

Remember, these latest revelaions come months after the BBC director ordered all BBC staff to alert him to anymore lies. At the time he assured the public that all lies had been uncovered.

Compare that report with how the BBC report the affair and note this:

"Former BBC executive Will Wyatt's independent inquiry into the controversy surrounding a forthcoming documentary about the Queen will report in October, with the details to be made public."

Just exactly how is using a former BBC executive going to be an independent inquiry?

These lies pale in comparison to the years of lies and fabrications from the BBC.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Islam - You can't make this up

from the New York Post.

"September 19, 2007 -- A Queens teen was arrested yesterday after placing fliers in his teachers' mailboxes asking them to convert to Islam - then made threats once he was caught, authorities said.

Yaseen Chowdhury, 17, of Woodside, wrote the fliers himself and put them in the mailboxes at the Renaissance Charter School in Jackson Heights, sources said.

When confronted there about the fliers, he made unspecified verbal threats, according to the sources.

Chowdhury was charged with aggravated harassment as a hate crime.

A Department of Education spokesman did not return a call seeking comment.

The student's religion was not immediately known."


according to one US talk show host.

"The interview was 90% Barack Obama ... and the thrust of the interview was that America was a racist nation and that there were huge numbers of people in this country, especially from the evil South, who simply would not vote for Barack solely because of the color of his skin. "

Painting a false picture of America is something the BBC is proud of.

"America is often portrayed as an ignorant, unsophisticated sort of place, full of bible bashers and ruled to a dangerous extent by trashy television, superstition and religious bigotry, a place lacking in respect for evidence based knowledge.

I know that is how it is portrayed because I have done my bit to paint that picture, and that picture is in many respects a true one. "

Lot's more here.

BBC staff face sack in cheat inquiry

The Telegraph reports.

"Up to 25 BBC staff will be dismissed or disciplined after an internal inquiry into the rigging of phone-in competitions found the practice was more widespread than the corporation publicly admitted."

The BBC should be prosecuted for these crimes.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

UN - Syria voted co-chairman of the IAEA

Fox to guard hen house.

US - Islam and the Outrage of the Day

LGF reports on the government cover up over the Dearborn Muslim terrorist.

UK - Leaving Islam isn't easy

Just ask these people.

Islam, the religion of peace and tolerance, or so they and the Left claim.

Palestinians Still Celebrating September 11

LGF reports.

Iraq - Empty wards in Baghdad hospital offer hope

From Reuters no less.

"BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A row of beds lies empty in the emergency ward of Baghdad's Yarmouk Hospital. The morgue, which once overflowed with corpses, is barely a quarter full.

Doctors at the hospital, a barometer of bloodshed in the Iraqi capital, say there has been a sharp fall in victims of violence admitted during a seven-month security campaign.

Last month the fall was particularly dramatic, with 70 percent fewer bodies and half the number of wounded brought in compared to July, hospital director Haqi Ismail said.

"The major incidents, like explosions and car bombs, sometimes reached six or seven a day. Now it's more like one or two a week," he told Reuters."

Think we'll see this on the BBC? Nope. Instead you get this.

Why don't we hear about Ramadi from the BBC anymore? Here's why.

US - Rep. Jack Murtha confronted about Haditha accusations

Here's the video.

Notice how Murtha keeps repeating "The trials not over yet" as a defense. Murtha had no such problem declaring the Marines had killed innocent civilians in cold blood before the trial had even started.

Saudi Arabia - Cleric Turns Against Al Qaeda

The New York Sun reports. Glenn notes: "When terrorist violence was a problem for America nobody minded. Now that it's a problem for Arabs . . . ."

UK - Londonistan

Romanians living in UK carry out 1,000 crimes in six months

What do the LibDems want to do about it? Lib Dems say 600,000 illegal migrants 'should be allowed to stay'

That's the ticket Ming.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

"The BBC internally is not neutral about multiculturalism

In fact, the BBC promotes it. That's according to an internal BBC memo.

"He goes over to his files to find a print-out of an email he received from a "very senior BBC person" while he was an employee there. Carefully obscuring the name of the sender, he shows it to me: "The BBC internally is not neutral about multiculturalism. It believes in it and promotes diversity, let's face up to that."

Randall says: "I'm amazed he put that down. What happened next was the BBC ran into a horrible brick wall when Trevor Phillips, the Chief Rabbi and then George Alagiah, its own British-Asian reporter, came out and said actually this headlong dash for multiculturalism is creating a divided society."

Something I've been documenting for years.

UK - Lewis: broadcasters 'too leftwing'

This applies to the US as well. Thankfully, the Internet is helping expose the media's left wing bias.

BBC Newsround's al-Qaeda posting: why, oh why, did they do it?

Because they are on the jihadists side. Years of evidence prove that.

Biased BBC responds.

But given all the back slapping over getting the BBC to make some changes, the BBC article still fails to educate children accurately concerning 9/11.

"Al-Qaeda is unhappy with America and other countries getting involved in places like the Middle East. People linked to al-Qaeda have used violence to make this point in the USA, and in other countries.

The events of 11 September 2001 and other al-Qaeda attacks have been condemned by many people all over the world, including large numbers of Muslims. "

The words "terrorism", "Islam" are not used and the word Muslims is used only in portraying them in a good light. The BBC fails to mention that while some Muslims condemned the attacks, many more, including British Muslims, celebrated the attacks.

UK - Muslim dentist 'told patient to wear a headscarf or go elsewhere'

He shouldn't be allowed to practice.

And he has ties to terrorists.

"Mr Butt is the older brother of former Islamic extremist Hassan Butt, who once declared he had 'no problem' with terror attacks on Britain and who said that September 11 "served the pleasure of Allah".

He has since recanted and now calls for all Muslims to abandon violence.

The dentist also featured in immigration hearings involving an asylum seeker suspected of providing a safe house for Kamel Bourgass, an Algerian terrorist jailed for life for stabbing PC Stephen Oake to death in Manchester in 2003.

Why is he even still in this country?

Saudi women fight for right to drive

In their rush to defend Islam, the left rarely speak out about this.

"If women drove, they would come into contact with petrol pump attendants. No longer reliant on male relatives to shuttle them around, they would be able to leave the house without always seeking their husband's permission."

Shudder the thought. This is 2007 remember.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Kyoto projects harm ozone layer

This is just one of the reasons the US, under Bill Clinton, rejected Kyoto.

Iraq - Good News, Bad News

Bad news for the Democrats that is.

UK - Forcing changes at the BBC

by the public. It's not easy but it can be done.

The real question is why did these changes have to be made in the first place?

Israelis ‘blew apart Syrian nuclear cache’

Iran next?

World should brace for possible war over Iran

Nope, Bush didn't say it, France did.

" The world should brace for a possible war over the Iranian nuclear crisis but seeking a solution through talks should take priority, French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said on Sunday.
"We have to prepare for the worst, and the worst is war," he said in an interview broadcast on French television and radio.

"We must negotiate right to the end," with Iran, he said, but underlined that if Tehran possessed an atomic weapon, it would represent "a real danger for the whole world."

The French getting a backbone, now there's a thing.

More here.

Friday, September 14, 2007

US - Clinton's other campaign scandal

lingers on. With a little bit of luck we may see her convicted yet. Too bad her husband, Bill, can't defend her, he lost his license to practice law.

US - Would-Be Terrorist Captured in Dearborn

Powerline notes that MSM appear to be ingoring this important story.

UK - BBC: 9/11 America's fault

Update to the story yesterday. Seems the BBC is still pushing the line that 9/11 was America's fault.

Here's what you can do about it:

Telephone BBC Complaints on 08700 100 222.

If you wish to avoid subsiding the BBC with an 0870 premium rate call, call them direct in Northern Ireland on 02890 338000 and ask for BBC Information/Complaints (from

If they try to fob you off with the 0870 number be firm and remind them that you are a TV Licence payer!

If you are calling from outside the UK, dial your international access code, followed by 2890 338000 and follow the procedure above. For example, from mainland Europe or North America dial 00 2890 338000.

Make sure they log your complaint and give you a case or complaint number.
Use the BBC Complaints form to log your complaint online.

Complain direct to CBBC Newsround here or comment on Sinead Rocks' blog post, though I expect the Newsround people won't show any more sign of listening than they have already.

If you live in the UK, complain via your Member of Parliament using the excellent service. Your MP may well then write to the BBC with your complaint too.

Thursday, September 13, 2007


Glenn reports. You won't see that on the BBC.

And let's not forget who has been President since 9/11 - George Bush.

What the Muslim Brotherhood means for the U.S.

This is happening all over the world.

US - Clinton finance scandal growing

Glenn reports.

I find it very telling that Clinton doesn't want the media to investigate donors background out of fear of what they'll find.

Austria Arrests Three in Latest Islamist Terror Plot

More from the religion of peace.

US - Clinton using Sandy Berger again

You won't see MSM reporting on this.

UK - BBC forced to rewrite 9/11 guide

long after the damage was done. But people reading this guide still don't know that Muslims and Islam were behind the attacks.

Now how about correcting all these BBC lies and fabrications.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

UK - Why is the BBC wasting our money?

Almost weekly we find out that the BBC fakes phone in programs because no one is listening.

Then we find out the BBC made over 7,000 edits to the online Wikipedia. One BBC employee was threatened numerous times for vandalizing the site.

Now we learn the BBC is wasting thousands of hours online at Facebook.

Heh, but on the bright side the BBC are having to cut programs. Less of the BBC is a good thing. Here's why.

Rocket injures dozens in Israel

Compare that headline with the way the BBC usually describe Israel's attempts to defend itself. The BBC headline would read Israel Kills Palestinians.

But it's not until paragraph 12 in this BBC story that we are told who is responsible for this attack.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

UK - Ministers remove barriers to faith-run schools

This is a really bad move.

Young Muslims begin dangerous fight for the right to abandon faith

That headline speaks volumes about Islam.

Al-Qaeda resurgent six years on?

According to the BBC, of course. Just listent to this.

"Six years on, the notion of al-Qaeda being on the run appears outdated and misguided. Instead, the group has adapted and looks resurgent on many fronts. "

But in the next paragraph the BBC says this.

"Osama bin Laden may have recently made an unusual appearance in his first video for nearly three years but his importance is generally thought to have been limited by his need to keep a low profile for fear of being caught. "

That sounds an awful lot like on the run. The BBC continues.

"Instead recent events in Europe, with arrests in Denmark and Germany, as well as attacks in North Africa have made that resurgence clear, and particularly highlighted the trail back to al-Qaeda's leadership.

The cell disrupted in Germany last week is a sign that the model of operations the UK has seen in recent years - so called "home-grown" suspects receiving training and direction from al-Qaeda leadership in Pakistan - is now spreading to other European countries."

So, al Qaeda has a safe haven in Pakistan but can't operate too openly and instead has had to adapt to trying to use home grown terrorists. That's certainly adapting but it too sounds like al Qaeda is having a difficult time.

How's that working out? Besides the successful Muslim terror plot on 7/7, the one on 21/7, the airplane plot, the failed train bombing in Germany, the latests attempts in Germany and Denmark, the failed car bombs in London and the bungled car bombing at Glasgow airport have all largely been disrupted or failed completely. Make no mistake all were very serious and could have been far worse. All of the success in foiling these plots is a result of the security techniques the Democrats are fighing so hard to thwart.

al Qaeda is just one element of the problem, the real problem is the Islamists. If Pakistan were to wipe out al Qaeda the problem would still exist. Virtually everywhere in the world that you find Islam you find terrorism. But you wouldn't know that if all your news came from the BBC. The BBC rarely if ever report on the Islamists here in the UK, like these: Hardline takeover of British mosques.

At least the BBC get this right.

"It is in the field of information and media that the resurgence of al-Qaeda is most evident.

At least 74 videos have been released by al-Qaeda's production arm, as-Sahab, in 2007.

This is compared to only 16 in 2005 and 58 in 2006, according to the organisation IntelCenter which monitors their distribution.

Most analysts agree that it is the ideological struggle - the battle of ideas - that has become crucial in recent years."

I love this pronouncement from the BBC.

"Mr Hayden called the struggle to counter this jihadist ideology "the deep fight" but it is the fight which the US and its allies look least like winning at the moment."

Yes, and with the BBC's help, they're winning that war.

As James Robbins noted:

""It really must gall him that President Bush can fly into al-Anbar Province in Iraq, the former al Qaeda stronghold, while the only thing Osama can fly into is a rage."

Monday, September 10, 2007

US - Kyoto: The AP rewrites history


"Under the administration of U.S. President Bill Clinton, the United States joined a U.N. meeting in Kyoto and agreed to the protocol. But the United States rejected it under the administration of President George W. Bush, Clinton's successor. "

In fact, it was rejected in 1997 under the Clinton administration.

"(1) the United States should not be a signatory to any protocol to, or other agreement regarding, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change of 1992, at negotiations in Kyoto in December 1997, or thereafter, which would--"

The vote under the Clinton administration? "(Passed by the Senate 95-0)"

US - bin Laden frustrated

And that's a good thing. I like this bit.

"It really must gall him that President Bush can fly into al-Anbar Province in Iraq, the former al Qaeda stronghold, while the only thing Osama can fly into is a rage."

US - Democrats don't want us to connect the dots

A failure to connect the dots prior to 9/11 is often cited as a key reason the Muslim terror plot succeeded. The Republicans put in place actions to correct that but the Democrats keep fighting attempts to connect the dots. The recent foiled German terror attack illustrates this well.

Europe Turns Right

About time too. Now if only Britain would wake up.

"In France, Nicolas Sarkozy ran on a platform that resembles Wilders’ plans: he too is tough on immigration and integration; he is not afraid to fight terrorists and extremists militarily; he has little patience with Iran; he proposes great economic reforms and urges his fellow countrymen to work harder; and finally, he is perhaps the most pro-America Frenchman alive; and he won the elections with ease. Since Sarkozy was elected into office, France’s foreign policy has made a 180-degree turn. Not only did he meet with US President George W. Bush recently, he also warned Iran to halt its uranium enrichment program, or else."

Sadly Britain is being led by the left and instead of fighting Islamists and jihadists, Britain is becoming an Islamic state.

US - Clinton scandal takes bizare turn

Don't they always.

US - Anti-war leaders stymied, frustrated

That's always a good thing.

"“It shows the tightrope Democrats have to walk with an angry group of liberal organizers who are sensing defeat.” "

In other words, a victory for the Iraqi people is considered a defeat for the left.

UK - BBC admits faking interviews

Is anything real at the BBC?

Not if this is anything to go by.

UK - BBC uncovers more fakery

That's an ironic headline as lying and fabricating stories for years.

"In each case, programme makers either declared a fictitious winner or posed as participants to cover up technical faults or a shortage of genuine entrants. "

In the real world a show gets axed if no one watches or listens, but in BBC land they get a tele tax increase.

UK - Queen may be scrapped from UK passports

It's not just the Queen, it's the entire UK being wiped out.

"The first page of the British passport has historically featured the royal coat of arms with a message from the Queen beginning: "Her Britannic Majesty's Secretary of State".

The words go on to outline that the citizen has a right to travel freely and has the right to protection and assistance.

Under new changes, however, it has been suggested that the coat of arms are scrapped and replaced by the EU emblem of 12 stars with the message underneath reading: "Every citizen of the Union".

Friday, September 07, 2007

UK - Hardline takeover of British mosques

This is happening all over the world.

"Riyadh ul Haq, who supports armed jihad and preaches contempt for Jews, Christians and Hindus, is in line to become the spiritual leader of the Deobandi sect in Britain. The ultra-conservative movement, which gave birth to the Taleban in Afghanistan, now runs more than 600 of Britain’s 1,350 mosques, according to a police report seen by The Times. "

And this supports what I and others have been saying for years.

"Seventeen of Britain’s 26 Islamic seminaries are run by Deobandis and they produce 80 per cent of home-trained Muslim clerics. Many had their studies funded by local education authority grants. The sect, which has significant representation on the Muslim Council of Britain, is at its strongest in the towns and cities of the Midlands and northern England. "

And we're paying for it. Welcome to Londonistan. Read the whole thing.

Thursday, September 06, 2007

US - Bush fools the public again

But you can't fool the New York Times. Folks, here's a prime example of how the left wing mind operates.

"Iraq is a long way to go for a photo op, but not for President Bush, who is pulling out all the stops to divert public attention from his failed Iraq policies and to keep Congress from demanding that he bring the troops home."

Let me get this straight, Bush goes to Iraq to divert attention away from Iraq? Un huh. Seriously, follow the link, that's what the leftoids at the Times wrote.

UK - Report: Libraries stock Islamic terror books

It's why it's called Londonistan.

UK - BBC scraps plans for day-long TV special on climate change

Great news. Now, can we get them to scrap gay week?

As usual, the BBC are in denial.

"The BBC promised instead to “focus our energies on a range of factual programmes on the important and complex subject of climate change. This decision was not made in light of the recent debate around impartiality.” "

Even though their boss, the BBC Trust, told them that was the reason in their report.

"A report endorsed by the BBC Trust criticised Jonathan Ross for a serious breach of impartiality when he presented the Live8 concert. Ross directed viewers to the Make Poverty History campaign website. The Vicar of Dibleywas also criticised for screening a poverty campaign film.

“The growing trend towards celebrity-driven, single-issue campaigns presents the BBC with impartiality dilemmas, particularly in entertainment areas dealing with factual material,” the report said. “Programmes that are in league with campaigns have no place on the BBC, because of the inherent loss of editorial control,” it concluded."

Which is why gay week should be scrapped as well.

And from the department of you just can't make this stuff up, we get this from the BBC.

"Celebrities such as Ricky Gervais were said to be interested in presenting the show, which would have involved viewers in a mass "switch-off" to save energy. "

Erm, so exactly how were they going to watch the day long show then? Here's an idea, let's shut down the entire BBC. That will not only save energy but will help cut global warming by cutting more hot air.

Germany - BBC: Fake terror warnings for months

That's what the BBC seem to be implying.

"For months, the German authorities have said that the country faces a heightened threat of terrorist attack, and now it appears those warnings were based on fact. "

In other words, the BBC didn't believe them until now. This is a typical left wing way of thinking. To them, all these terror warnings are just made up in order to encourage the public to support tougher anti terror laws.

Note also the obligatory censoring of the word "Muslim" from the report.

Now compare the BBC's report to The Times. Here's the Times' headline: "Muslim converts target Germany"

Othere than a terror attack on their soil, why are, as the BBC puts it, "Germans have been shocked to hear the news of the failed bomb plot and the story has dominated the headlines. " The BBC doesn't say and for that, once again, you have to turn elsewhere. From the Times:

"White Muslim converts have brought the Islamic holy war into the heart of Europe with a narrowly thwarted plot to blow up hundreds of people in German airports, discotheques and restaurants. "

And this:

"“Converts tend to be more radical and fanatical than those who have been Muslims since they were in the cradle,” Hans Joachim Giessmann, a terrorism expert at the Hamburg Institute for Peace Research, said. “They are driven either by politics or the fervour of their new faith rather than any cultural tradition.”

Now you see why the BBC left that out. According to the BBC, terrorism has nothing to do with Islam.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Religion of Peace plotting

In Denmark. In Pakistan. In Norway. In the US. In Gaza. In Iraq. In Sweden. In Afghanistan. In Sri Lanka. In Lebanon. In the UK.

France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Spain and on and on and on goes the left's religion of peace - Islam.

US - Richardson: Keeping Iowa first is God's will

If a Republican said something like this the media would be all over it.

Iran - Anti war protest against an imaginary war

Why all the hype about Iran now? Because we're having success in Iraq and the left doesn't want you to focus on that.

Iraq - CBS:"Real progress","violence way down"

and al qaeda is in Iraq. All that from CBS, the news organization that tried to steal the election from Bush. Amazing. The left will be going nuts.

Denmark arrests Muslim terror suspects

As usual, that's not the BBC's headline. Here's how the BBC describe the suspects.

"Officials gave no details about the alleged plot, but said the two had already acquired explosive material.

Another six people of immigrant origin were briefly detained during a series of raids in and around Copenhagen, but were released after questioning. "

No details? The first paragraph says they are linked to al Qaeda. And buried in the BBC report we are told this:

"We [Jakob Scharf Danish police intelligence agency] would describe the main suspects as militant Islamists with international contacts, including leading members of al-Qaeda," he added. "

Compare the BBC's headline "Denmark arrests 'bomb' suspects " with the London Times "Danish 'terror plot' foiled with arrests". Also look at the Times first paragraph.

"Danish authorities said that plans to launch terror attacks had been foiled as a result of the arrests yesterday of eight alleged Islamic militants with links to al-Qa'eda."

While the BBC tries to downplay the Islamic terror plot the Times gives you the truth.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

US - What's Hillary Clinton trying to hide?

The LA Times wants to know.

US - CAIR's terror connections exposed


"New York, NY, August 30, 2007 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), in response to an "open letter" from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) suggesting that their organization has "acted numerous times … to condemn terrorism," today released a photograph of CAIR's executive director speaking at a podium next to a known anti-Semite and the flag of the terrorist group Hezbollah."

Abandon Stereotypes, Muslims in America Say

How about you reform Islam first?

"“Muslim Americans feel an increasing level of tension and scrutiny in contemporary society,” said Ingrid Mattson, president of the Islamic Society of North America, the largest Muslim organization in the United States and the convention organizer. "

Of course the Times fails to note ISNA's terror connections.

UK - Modesty gowns for female Muslim patients

More appeasement for the jihadists.

"A gown designed for female Muslim patients who wish to preserve their modesty for religious reasons is being introduced to hospitals in Lancashire. "

According to some of Islam's top scholars the burqua is not a religious symbol but a radical Islamic political statement. In fact, it is banned in several Muslim countries for that reason.

Monday, September 03, 2007

US - Clinton's cash scandal widens

Oh dear.

US - Father: Indicted son no terrorist

They never are. And he plays the race card.

"If he was a white man and not from the Middle East, I'm sorry, he would not be here today," the father said. He said his son is not a terrorist and authorities "want the stories they have in mind. It's all in their imagination."

Not so fast.

"According to officials familiar with the case, Mohamed has been arrested previously in Egypt on terrorism-related charges. He is said to have produced an Internet video showing how to build a remote-controlled car bomb."

A maverick on the left?


US - Muslim group sets the table for marriage

IndyStar reports.

"Islamic Society of North America hosts 'matrimonial banquet' to help singles find partners within the faith."

The article fails to mention ISNA's radical connections.

And this caught my eye.

"She sees the ISNA banquets as part of Muslim America's evolution."

Israeli daycare centre evacuated as Islamic Jihad rockets fall

The Daily Mail reports.

"Soldiers scrambled to evacuate babies from a day care center in rocket-scarred Sderot today after a projectile fired by Palestinian militants thudded into the courtyard. "

Nothing yet from the BBC.

UK - Muslim ‘anti terror’ lessons

Will fail because the government doesn't have a clue.

"Young Muslims will be asked to consider the impact of the 7/7 bombings on their victims; encouraged to report terrorist plots to the police; and women advised not to wear the full Islamic veil to “avoid confrontation”."

They should be being taught that the veil is not an Islamic religious symbol.

"The curriculum is already being used in up to 200 Islamic schools, or madrasahs, as well as some mainstream state schools, mainly in West Yorkshire. Now, the government, which has part funded the initiative, wants to see it rolled out nationally in madrasahs and schools, though there are no plans to make it compulsory."

The government instead should be shutting down the madrasahs.

"A lesson on the “sacredness of life and property” aims to teach pupils “that it is unlawful to make oneself into a suicide bomb and kill others in a country where Muslims have given a religious promise to respect its laws”."

But otherwise suicide bombers are ok?

Islam vs. Science

While the left are quick to blame the West for poverty in Muslim countries, the real cause is Islam itself.

After some pretty damning statistics we learn this:

"Beyond the data, Hoodbhoy's more unsettling observations bear on the culture and attitudes that prevail in much of the Islamic world, even in those citadels of study that are receiving more funding. To say that intellectual freedom is restricted is, as Hoodbhoy tells it, an understatement. His own university, ranked second among OIC academic institutions, has three mosques on its campus but not one bookstore. Like all other Pakistani universities, it barred a Nobel-winning Pakistani physicist from campus because he belonged to a Muslim sect that the government had deemed heretical."

BBC "plans for an environmental Planet Relief are no joke"

The Daily Mail reports on the BBC's plans to push its left wing agenda.

This is in addition to the BBC's plans to hold a week long gay celebration.

Cuba is a great place

That's what the BBC thinks.

Speaking of his being thrown out for not being more pro Cuban, Stephen Gibbs shows his bias towards Cuba.

"As the news spread that I was on my way out, my Cuban neighbours congratulated me on what they saw as a promotion. Sadly, and often inaccurately, many Cubans assume that anyone who is leaving the island is going on to better things. "

Yeah, Cuba is such a paradise people are risking death to get out. But according to Gibbs, Cuba is a such a great place why would anyone want to leave, even though he just told us this:

"Cuba is a place where almost all consumer items are prohibitively expensive, or, more likely, not available. And scarcity breeds desire.

Most Cubans, and plenty of foreigners living on the island, spend the majority of their time not thinking about the country's future, or transitional governments, or the health of Fidel Castro, but on rather more mundane things. Like how to find a square meal, a fridge that works, or an electric fan. "

But since the place is run by a Communist dictator the BBC just loves the place.

Iraq - BBC caught lying again

Here's the BBC report which says this:

"A few days ago, I attended a wake for two of their Iraqi staff - a photographer and a driver - who were killed in Baghdad in July.

An American Apache helicopter opened fire on them. The US military says it was engaged in a fire-fight with insurgents at the time. "

That is an outright lie and the BBC knows it. Here is an earlier BBC report on the incident which contains the same lie at first and then reverses itself buried in the article.

"Two of them, Namir and Saeed, were killed by the US military during what it says was a battle with insurgents. "

Buried in the article we are later told:

"It is known they were injured after the Apaches opened fire, but it is still not clear exactly how the two men died. "

Note how Richard Galpin's report makes it sound like the US deliberately targeted the reporters and yet the BBC admit "it is still not clear exactly how the two men died."

See here for more BBC lies and fabrications.

US - Democrats and the "theory of scandal relativity"

Powerline reports.

More here.

Report: U.S. workers are most productive

There are some interesting things in this report.

"GENEVA - American workers stay longer in the office, at the factory or on the farm than their counterparts in Europe and most other rich nations, and they produce more per person over the year. "

And this.

"The U.S., according to the report, also beats all 27 nations in the European Union, Japan and Switzerland in the amount of wealth created per hour of work — a second key measure of productivity."

So why are poorer nations not doing as well?

"Laborers from regions such as southeast Asia, Latin America and the Middle East have the potential to create more wealth but are being held back by a lack of investment in training, equipment and technology, the agency said."

Because the dictators and despots are lining their pockets.

Lebanese army crushes Islamic militants at camp

Good for them. Locals turned against the terrorists.

"Residents of nearby villages, armed with guns and sticks, fanned out to protect their houses and prevent the fighters from seeking refuge and melting into the local population, state TV reported. Smoke billowed from fields where the army set fires to deny militants a hiding place."

This is what's happening in Iraq at the moment as well.

US - Dean Tells militants: Run for Office to Achieve Your Goals

LGF reports. The left are doing their best to destroy western civilization.

Switzerland - Cracking down on immigration

I think we're going to see this spread.


Iraq - Couric Says Military ‘Wants’ Her To See Only Good

Watch the video or read the transcript.

One commenter is spot on. There is nothing to stop Couric from becoming embedded with the military like many bloggers are.

More here.

UK - BBC offers Palestinians propaganda 'support'

Now the BBC isn't even trying to hide it.

"The BBC has been advertising for a “Project Director, Palestinian Territories” to advise Palestinian journalists. On what? Impartiality? "

The BBC also helped set up al Jazeera and Iran's nw 24 hour a day propaganda TV.

Afghanistan - Blaming America for everything

Here's the headline for an ABC news report on Google News. "US rocket kills 10 Afghan civilians". You can see it here but in case they change it, here's a screen grab. Read the text below the headline.

"ABC Online, Australia - Aug 31, 2007
At least 10 civilians were killed when rockets fired by the Taliban at a US-led military base in eastern Afghanistan fell short and landed on their homes, ..."

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Iran accepts fresh nuclear plan

The BBC reports.

"Iran 'reaches key nuclear goal'"

The BBC reports.

and from the man himself:

"They (world powers) thought that by issuing any resolution Iran would back down," Ahmadinejad told Islamist students, referring to the two sanctions resolutions imposed against Tehran by the UN Security Council.

"But after each resolution the Iranian nation took another step along the path of nuclear development," he said."

Does the BBC even read what it puts out?

US - CAIR and the "student" terrorists

Andy McCarthy explains.

Saturday, September 01, 2007

BBC continues to lie about Lebanese civilian casualties

Here's the BBC report which contains this line:

"Most of the 159 Israelis killed were soldiers. More than 1,000 Lebanese, most of them civilians, also died in the 34-day war."

Here's the truth.

8 of the top 10 Pakistani music stars sing out against terrorism

It would be nice to see American music stars do something similar.

US - Hillary Clinton scandal grows

With video tape evidence we may see her convicted yet.

More here.

Democrats Plan Mass Rally Against US troops

Remember this next time you hear a Democrat say they support our troops.

UK - BBC to air a week of gay shows

The BBC's board of govenors just told the BBC to stop pushing their own agenda.

"The BBC is due to screen a week-long series of LGBT programmes to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of the Wolfenden report.

The season is called Hidden Lives Week and programmes range from documentaries to drama."

Mars rovers OK after dust storm

3 years and still going.

A Season of Hope in Iraq

spells defeat for the Democrats.

UK - George Galloway predicts the death of RESPECT

I like the last bit.

"Instead of three MPs and a presence on the GLA we could have no MPs and no one on the GLA by this time next year. A few honest moments thoughts should suffice to calibrate where that would leave us. Oblivion."

We can only hope so George.

US - Keith Ellison to back out of Muslim parade?

After bloggers exposed their extremist connections.

Afghan attack 'kills civilians'

Afghan attack? Why not "Taleban attack kills civilians"? Because this is the BBC reporting.

An attack aimed at a US-led coalition base in Afghanistan has killed at least 10 people, officials have said.

The dead were reported to be civilians killed when rockets or mortars missed the base and landed on a village in the eastern province of Kunar.

Police said Taleban insurgents carried out the attack, in Chawkai district.

BBC accused of insulting war hero

What do you expect from a far left wing news organization?

Anti-Hamas rallies staged in Gaza

Oh dear.

TV's McGovern calls BBC 'racist'

He's not the only one.

"In March, Jonathan Ross said during his live Radio 2 show that too many black people at the BBC were in low-paid jobs.

"How many black people have they got working on proper shows there?," he said at the time.

"You know the BBC still haven't really come up to speed. I mean they are trying, God bless them.

"Most of the guys you see there are either working on the door, carrying a cloth in there and cleaning up. We haven't really made the effort yet."

In 2001, after being appointed director general of the BBC, Greg Dyke accused the corporation of being "hideously white"."
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